Coronavirus: How organisations align IT costs with business value

Businesses need to assess the impacts unforeseen disasters like the coronavirus can have beyond major event cancellations and manufacturing slowdowns. Such a large proportion of business operations are underpinned by technology, from the cloud servers hosting business critical data right down to the devices employees work on. When the IT…

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Study finds financial services developers struggle to meet test targets

According to Diffblue’s new developer survey conducted by Vanson Bourne, the time developers spend writing unit tests costs companies an average of £14,843 per year, per developer. With an average of 43 developers employed at the large financial services companies included in this study, each organisation’s typical unit testing cost…

160,000 breaches reported in just a year and a half

Since the release of GDPR privacy regulation just a year and a half ago, there have been 160,000 data breaches reported to authorities. The General Data Protection Regulation law came in to protect people’s data and to make sure that firms were complying with keeping customers safe online. Those who…

Are Neobanks the future of FinTech?

Tandem is one of the many growing ‘Neobanks’ that is being set up to help people use money digitally, ultimately, being better with it. Difa Niculescu is the IT Director at Tandem Bank, a bank that is on a mission to modernise the technical architecture and infrastructure of banking.  He…

Improved need for web accessibility testing

Long read Web accessibility is an art of building the website for users with disabilities such as physical, vision, cognitive and hearing disabilities. My goal has always been to enable every tester to maximise their potential through individualised training towards accessibility testing. My method consists of being able to connect…

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National Software Testing Conference 2018 highlights

Edge Academy awarded first ever software testing SQA Award certification

Edge Testing Solutions Ltd (Edge) has developed a unique customised award in software testing which is awarded by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA). The Edge customised award is delivered through its Academy training programme. The award offers candidates the opportunity to develop their understanding of the theory around software testing…

Two-thirds of top unis unprotected against phishing attacks

Students have been warned to be careful of potential phishing emails after some of the UK’s top universities failed to carry out adequate protection against cyber-attacks. Email security and software company, Proofpoint, discovered that of the UK’s top 20 universities, 65% of them had not published Domain Fraud Prevention (DMARC)…
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Tube users to be tracked through Wi-Fi

Users of London’s underground system will have their data and movements tracked through the Wi-Fi on their phones, starting this week. The decision to use data in this way is hoped to be a huge move forward in the way that the 156-year-old underground transport structure works. Instead of building…

US proposes bill to stamp out algorithm bias in tech firms

US lawmakers proposed a new bill on Wednesday that would require large tech firms to remove any algorithm bias embedded in their computer systems. The bill, entitled the Algorithmic Accountability Act of 2019, would authorise the Federal Trade Commission to create regulations requiring companies to assess their systems for race,…
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